Archive | September, 2007

Recall Email

Nothing about mobile really, but I thought I’d tap into your collective wisdom and see if anyone answer this. Occasionally, you get an email, followed by another shortly afterwards as someone has an oh-my-god-did-I-really-press-send moment. The follow-up one says that: Yada Yada would like to recall the message, “All you need to know about avoiding […]

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Is the Mobile a Personal Medium?

One of the mantras trotted out by all and sundry is that the mobile represents a great marketing medium “because it’s so personal” or is even “the most personal medium ever”. It’s become such a frequent statement that no one really questions its validity. Indeed, it’s become true through repetition – a sort of affirmation […]

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Repeat After Me…

… successful content providers don’t equal successful mobile operators. Think Disney understands this yet? Or is it going to take yet another MVNO failure for them to get it? —–>Follow us on Twitter too: @russellbuckley and @caaarlo

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No Wonder Novarra Is Mucking Things Up So Badly

The discussion about how Vodafone UK is using Novarra’s transcoding technology to break the mobile web rolls on, but kudos to Tom Hume for spotting this gem from somebody at Novarra in an email to a W3C list: A well-designed content transformation server can do a better job of following the mobile best practices than […]

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Carnival of the Mobilists #92

Check out this week’s best writing about mobile at Abhishek Tiwari’s blog, with entries ranging from those highlighting the continuing boom in sms revenues (now at $100 billion) to a round up of the very latest business models in mobile. Go and check it out. —–>Follow us on Twitter too: @russellbuckley and @caaarlo

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